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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1890, Salt Lake City, Utah                                CIRCULATION EXCEEDING TKAT ALL SMOTHER DAILIES 1 CITY COPfi31JED THE MOST EXTENSIVE i BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM ROCKY MOUNTAIN REGION jj VOL SJLLT LAKE CITY UTAH OCTOBER 27 1890 PRICE FIVE CENTS Balfour Gives His Opinion About the Irish Famiia ALL TO BE FORH1SHEO EMPLOYMENT No Necessity for OTSrirn and Billon to Appeal to VicwK on the Silver Question More In Africa Oct Dispatch San Francisco Berlcs crowned monarch in Enropf Is rnoro dtfflcult to at for an interview thun Arthur Balfour Chief Secretary for InUnd Excrpt from Americans have ex ceedingly vague notions about this man and his methods Halfour never goon hunt ing with a brims band Ho has dearly de fined Moas of tho policy of his government In dealing with Irish affaire Ho carries out these Idottft with a methodical consist ency which attracts tho admiration oven of those roost opposed to him In politics TR norlnj political dlsouwion irritating ques tions in Benoral and tho Tlpperary Irish trouble In partlculnr I asked him to toll tho AircrloanshlM opinions about tho pronablo extent of tho in Ireland this win tor and what steps ho had in view for dealing with It and whether ho thought It necessary at this time to appeal to tho American or any popple rullof After king the matter over for soine llmo tho Ohlof Secretary to do so In the llMt said Balfonr I fall to soo tho Immediate iitOKSslty of Irish members KolnK to to jisk mibsorlp tlons for a plan of campaign or a tenants defense fund TakliiK their own UKUIOS which arc published ac everybody they must huvo at loOHt subscribed for that purpose still uucx not discuss Dillon and OUrlonWsuauo from Iroland to Franco exoepl to describe It as a hit of spootiioular show which lie is wholly at a loss to under stand There Is not tho sllxluost mason Balfour said for such a proceeding Lhoso were under bail toanpoar In court at a flpoclBcid time Had they failed to appear It would have been my duty to look after them hut moanwhllo thwro was nothing to prevent tholr fjoInR to Qiioenstown with an mny of Irish constables at ihulr hools and boardlns iinmolOHted tho first steamer tiiey could Kft for New York 1 would not stopped thorn In fact I should havo hrokon tho law had T attempted to no so can say in a pononU way said tho rhlof Snorttary that wo shall bo siblo to employment for every man able ami vlUInK to work within twenty of his home f mention flpuro as a maximum and in wroat majority of oasas It will bo half that distance You mean to say then that Ireland will act want holp from this ropllod t do not I wish to say that If thoro Is any money In America for philanthropic purposes and tho people there aru disposed to Hflnd somtof It to Ireland 1 should ho the last man to say anything uKalnsMt No doubt If sufficient ojirowccB taken with the expenditure oC rnonov thussisbscrlbod It oould bo used in erput In tho West of Ireland as well us in parts of and Scotland I too strongly that cure should bP taken by those really rsUHl In fchfi of tho Irish population that tho monry subrtrribed should sod piinly for philanthropic and not for politi cal purposni There is no way so far as I can sec of cnrlnj this periodical distress osiHpt tho holdings In those districts arid by spending money In public Improvements which will bo per mamtit homllt to tho tho Laud IMinhaso bill which T lutniducoil at tho last session and which with a few al terations ar to detail I expect to dmO next weksion an attempt lining made for tho first time so Car as know by any povfrnmeot to prnvlrttt machinery for rn the holdings of tenants In tho oon gestid RUSSIA AJNI SILVEK the St Potorslmrs1 Conuucnts on Now Auicrioan s ST PHTBUvSHURO OCt 20 TlUBUNK Dis Chrunirtc Borlos jNonifi Yremnn devotes two articles to tho quosiion of silver coin It la rolatLO to tho now Amorioiin silver law that this paper makes Its observations as to tho latitude which Uussiiv should take towards It Tho American law although strongly nttackcd by Kuropoan colonists has already llsolleet To It b duo tho fact that tho price of sllvor has risen M por cenr and admittiiiK that now sllvor mlnos aio not discovored tho of old mines ro malnlnp entirely iu tho country it is not Impossiblo that tho white metal will one day recover Its proportion to gold of former hithe first article tho question Is looked at from Its point of vlow relative fvo tho Kusslan mining Industry Uould Russia pro tit by this rbe in tho price of silver so as to incroa o Its production at home It Is not thought probablo as Uussla lias always hcon batlly otr for silver There was a time In and 1S70 when it became to coin largo nnantltlos of sllvor and Kuxsla saw Itsolf obllgod to purchase this metal froii America and at other times to order silver In coin from Franco The fact Is that tho Russian silver and load mines although numerous produce very little or find thom conditions disadvantageous for exploitation THK AFRICAN WfVKS OHIUIKI Oiffiia and the Sultan of Vitu to LONDON Oct San Francisco Chronicle wars socm imminent in Africa It was hoped by he Brill h Government that by cutting off supplies at Suaklin Intendofl for Soudao iJlgnM be so weakened as to be unable to undertake hostilities Tula ex pectation baa not been fulilliod Tho Der vish loader s said to bo advancing on Upper Egypt with a formidable force Advlets from Southeastern Africa are to thti ollect that tho against develop a war of considerable propro tioias The Arabs made desperate by the of the slave trade have oboson that place as a rallying ground The European German forces in South Africa have been JUistrnctod to combine with the English against Sultan of Vitu TROUBLE WITH THE PORTE An American Citizen Arrested by Turkish Officials CONSTANTiNOiLTS Oct has arisen betweenHirsch American Minister and the Porto over tho urfcst of an Ameri can subject on suspicion of being implicated plots The ac cused Is of Bowdon college to Turkey during the of and foimded uiertf can college but the project fell through he remained here hla release pen din jc trialaudseut an energetic protest to the foreign minbter against the violation of the right of domicile of an Amirtenn cltlzon and iBfaytlon and punlBbment of the offlclal who ordered the arrest Ho further declared that he would refuse to produce the accused unless satisfaction was grunted and until informed of the churRC against hhu Tho statement was sent to HIrscn that tho accused has engraved a seal for secret Armenian Proof was produced that the man bad no knowledge of engrav ing and bad recently been acting as an agent for an American firm engased in the manufacture of photographic apparatus The Government then expressed regrets however still maintained his de mand for satisfaction ENGLISH POLITICS Tho liberals Will Petition for a Dissolution of Parliament LONDOK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Ohrmficle Series of the Liberal party have already agreed upoti a definite line of action to be adopted immediately upon tho assembling of Parlia ment Tho success of tho Liberals in tho Eccles election has assisted a good deal in brinicins about thoir decision as to the par liamentary tactics They will move an ad dress to tho crown praying tho Queen to dissolve Parliament on tho ground that the state of reolluK throughout tho country ami the condition of public affairs neoess tatus an appeal to the electorate at this The elfjhthour bill for minors which has the hourly endorsement of Mr Gladstone with a general scheme for an eighthour day In thebackground will be tho test ques tion to try tho relative uid tem per of the Government and its opponents A number of constituencies notwlthstand in that thfi opinion of tho country IK dead against tho legal Imposition of an oipht hour worldng day generally upon all the trades decidedly favor the application of tho eighthour idea to the ease of minors employees of tho Government and local au thorities The London County Counciland muny municipal powers apply the rulo to their employees in ovory grade AN IRISH PASTOKAJJ LETTER A Piotftst Apninst Minimizing the Extent of the Famine Oct pastoral letter adoptort at the autumnal nioetinff of the Roman Catholic was road today In the Catholic churches throughout Ireland The letter protests against attempts to min imize Uie potato crop failure as such a ourfio tho disastrous one pursued dur ing former famines If to tho Government for timely assistance to prevent what trustworthy re ports show to bo a real and widespread danpor Theletter contains a reiteration of the Papal prohibition of tho Plan of Cam and boycotting and directing tho peoplo to have nothing whatever to do with politics Tt concludes by expressing sym pathy with tho evicted tenants and the hope that Parliament may succeed in adopting measures roinslallng tho evicted and pre venting fnturo evictions AUnco Market LONDON Oct enormous sum of K7riO 000 which the Frenchman won over the victory ofAllounto in has produced an olYoot never dreamed possible This nothing loss than a fall in tho rato of oxchaniro between London and Paris Thrwsch tho fall Is a slight one it is still ftutfliionMy marked tind has boon the cause of a great deal of talk amonp bankers on both the channel As tho system of International betting is growing larger ovory year the authorities say the time Is fast approaching when bankers and brokers will liive to watch tho racecourse as a powerful factor in tho movements of tho money market Tho pjTeffDilations PVHIS Oct publishes an Inter view with tho Portuguese Minister In which official says tho hitch negotia tions KtiKlund and Portugal ro piirdlnK African territory Is duo tonow proposals made bv Portugal He says he heloves Lord Salisbury might consent to modify tho commercial clauses bub not tho territorial clause Booked for Siberia ODMS8A Oct police recently dis covered Nihilist printingofflce in this city today arrested tour men con iiooud with It a violent struggle dur ing which two policemen wore injured Tho loader of tho men bad another similar olfloo at Novo Two millions in rouble notes wore found on his premises there The Bishops Must Mold Aloof ROME Oct is reported that Cardi nal Simono by order of thePope has for bidden the bishops oftho American hier archy giving any otlicial or overt approval to tho Irish Nationalist campaign of Dillon in America An Unconfirmed Rumor LISBON Oct from Mozam bique say It is reported that the Matabolos Httaokod the British South Africa expedi tion In Miishoiniland and killed 300 men The report is not confirmed The Austrian Financial Question VIENNA Oct Austrian ministry differs with the Hungarian ministry in re gard to the scheme of abolition of paper curronev and especially the establishment of a gold standard Austria has not agreed to tho proposed Snow LONDON Oct was a slight fall of snow throughout England today A TENNESSEE FREAK A Story of n Girl Who Ejects Cotton From Her Eyes Oct Dis San Francisco Chronicle most extrnordinary phenomenon Is at pres ent occupying tho attention of tho people In this neighborhood Already tho newspapers hero have discovered faots in tho case so far as observation could go and from what has boon brought to light thus far there Js now no doubt that tho little village of Greenfield about twenty miles from hero famous in connection with au extraordinary freak of muufo to be found there It is nothing less than a girl who at regular in torvals 0jects genuine cotton from berioyes earsand throat and hitherto all attempts to solve the mystery havo proved futile Tho neighbors were at first inclined to attribute it to some sort oflegerdemain but now they havo been repeatedly con vincod tf thoabsence of any trickery and they have dono tho inevitable thing among small communities where anything can be properly accounted for that is to ascribe it to witchery The Philadelphias Final Test NEW VOUK Oct cruiser Phila delphia1 will go down to SandyHook Tues day afternoon and anchor inside the Shoe untilWednesday morning when she will have her final steam trial us provided for in the conditions presented the vessel must within four months after her acceptance by the Gov ernment make a final trialatsoii fully equippeO aVmed and in all respects iplete aim ready for service aiid the sum of was held back by the Govern ment for tho cbstot might be nec essary the passen gcrs from Liver was MJssA B rela tive of the King of fluwaii i THE DEMONS OF THE OEEP They Concentrate Their Fnry OR the A ROARIN8 GALE AND A SEETHING SEA After a Terrible Strupffle the Vessel Reaches Mobile Visited by a Disastrous Blocks Casualties THE NEW YORK Oct Dispatch San Francisco Chronicle Series The Clby of Paru of tho Pacific Wail Companys lino came Jn today with a tale of the storm that was the most Interesting of any brought in by tho arriving steamers When ofT Cape Hatteras on Wednesday the City of Para encountered heavy rain squalls and a wind which by night increased to a sale When tho lifiht of Thursday morn ing broke tho wind had increased to n hurricane and late In tho afternoon it was blowing 100 miles an hour Captain Lock wood decided to lay to and in the tremen dous cross seas put the ships head to tho from which the wind was coming The night closed darkand fearful with seething hissing waves and a wind thnt blow the dockhoufic ofl tho steanujr In tho middle of the night a great greon sea name plunging over the starboard quarter giving the ship a twisting lurch as if to screw her down into the vratier It came with an Irresistible force against tho upper works of the ship breaking in four of tiio shutters to the open rail and smash ing through the doors leading to tbo saloon It was lifter dinner andall thepassengers had loft the saloon At tho head of ono of the tables was standing a steward DeOosta by name and the wave rushing into the saloon pinned him against tho bulkhead and nearly drowned him When lie was rescued ho was in a semiconscious condi tion but no bonos were broken The pas sengers were greatly excited and rushed from their staterooms in alarm Soon afterward Ciipfcftln Lockwood put the ship on hor course for Sandy Hook con fident In the ability of his ship to weather any galo that ever blow Friday noon found her woil up toward the Scotland lightships and thorn siiO sighted tho stoanier The waves wore breaking over the Obclam and she seemed to bo getting tho worst of tho storm Tho City of Para approached the bar and the Obclani followed but such great waves wore rolling over the shallow ground which guards the oulrance to God neys Channel that the Pacific Mail stoarner put out followed Every timo the City of would try to miiko tho harbor tho Obdam would follow hor and so they tried until night came down and the two sloamcrs stood off to sou uguliv Today the wind and wavos having abated a litblo thoy both oamo in A DISASTROUS Immense Amount of Property Destroyed at Mobile MOBILE OoL One of the most disastrous conflagrations over witnessed in this city began today about noon in Stew art Butts shingle mill and was not gotten under control for ivo hours and then only after a favorable change of wind The firo department and volunteers worked with tho utmost vigor Three steamers one oceangoing ship the Mobile Ohio Rail road wharf cotton sood oil mills warohotiscs throo cotton compresses with probably ton thousand bales of cotton a big ice factory a ljox factory and one large coal shod wero destroyed In fact tho buildings bou ndocl by front Knox stroot tho northern boundary of tho to St Louis stroot on the south sivcn streets and from the rJvor front to Royal strcel on tho wost burned out The losses will roach probably threequarters of a million with insurance of Thore was no loss oC life although many flremon wore ovorcomo with heat and smoke and bad narrow escapes falling walls Tho alarm of lire at Stephen Butts mill had scaicoly come in when a second alarm was sounded for tho burning resi dence of Mosoly Tucker on Dauphin near Broad which was completely burned The residence adjoining was also destroyed Tho two alarms being followed by a general alarm oausotl the greatest excitement among all and soon tho report was spread that the entire business portion of the oity was in and thousands of men women und children rushed to the scene No one felt safe ovon in tho business portion of tho city and wagons drays and all kinds of vehicles wore engaged in carrying away valuable books and papers More than twenty squares were burned Tho tracks of all the railroads centering horo have been obstructed by the debris in tho burued district and trains aro delayed Fatal Runaway Accident NEW YoiUv Oct 26 This afternoon a fatalrunuway occurred Iu Brooklyn The wellknown sugar refiner Randolph Mollen hauer with his wjfo wasdriving The horse became frightened and ran away Mi Mollenhatior lumped and had his leg fractured Mrs Mplleiihauer remained iu tho carriage aud was unhurt f Mrs Maria L Trobson aged 51 on tho sidewalk was struck by the polo of the wagon and killed Her daughter Ida 25 years old received a compound fracture of the skull Furtheron Mrs Helen White was kuockod down and had several ribs broken A Tide on the Hudson RONDOUT NJ Oct The Hudson River today showed the highest tide In forty years The brick yards suffered enormously Millions of brick were lost 1 Tha yards between Bosetibn arid Albany are submerged ItIs estimated that briok have been lost in the Kingston dis trict Fires were put out in Iho kilns in process of burning were thrown rneath sheds washed Condition of Trade in All the Lead ing Cities BOSTON Oct to THE TRIB following table compiled from dispatches from Use clearinRhouses of tho cities named shows the excbunges for last week with the relative per cent of la crease and decrease as against similar amounts for the correspondnj week in 1889 New York Boston Philadelphia San Fniuoisco Pi t tchn liallinioto 1 Jvew Milwaukee Gtilveston MiuiHii polis Louisville Detroit Cluvoland Omulia Denver St Piiul Providence Columbus ItW Dululh Dflllns Portlnnd Or i 223 Richmond Indianapolis Hartford Washington Vort Worth Peoriii St Joseph 1 47 Portlinid WcrKpfitcr New H 11 veil Sprinptielcl Norfolk 03 Seattle Tn co mil Sioux City Lowell ico ins Wilmington OKI J Gnincl Dusi Aloinus 4 Lop Angeles New Bedford Lexington Ky Montreal Ijfileo Total Outside of N Kol inulndcil in totnls this time last year No clearinghouse at AMONG THE PLAYERS down awa and brick underneath sheds washed A Storm on Lake Erie Oct heavy north easter raged on Lake Brie all day creating a terrible sea The barge went breakwater this evening John Williams and Ira Smith were drowned NEW Oct A furniture fagon wixs a freight train on a crossing tiear Brooklyn last night Two menljwere killed and one iatally The News of Mexico CJTY or MBXICO Oct term of the com Emission been A large1 quantity of are being shipped from s Heavy rains are tloii to property States Gallsco and Colima as partially by young oroaliod such a buck iHis says 5 brokien liiin downVpliyssically and meutaliy but will j The Olemencean Coming Bel ascos Successes NKW YORK Oct ITivmmvE Han Francisco Chronicle The big Gaiety company with Leslie and Farron who are booked at the Broadway Theater aud as far west as San Francisco arotrying by cable to cancel their tour of America claiming that both Fred Farron are very ill They were to reach San inNovember next David Belasco the author of San Fran clsoo now has a remarkable redordrhaying produced each oUierheroifTho Lord Charity Ball and Men and Daniel Frohmans stock company go to San Franolsco next August and con tracted on a certainty with Al Hayman to appear in Portland Seattle and tho summer Augustlu Daly is negotia ting with Al liayman to take his company to San Francisco in June gokig direct from aim Francisco to London England where ho plays next August and September at Irvings Theater Miss Arlington who is at the Broadway to go to San Francisco this season And now The OJomenceau Case which performance was slopped in jumps next Sunday to San Francisco and is going to play a twenty weekstour under M Lcavitt also They were alarmed aud feared to continue in tho East for fear that the performance would bo stopped by the authorities William Gillette who has been months reached New York for the first time in time witness his All the Comforts of Home at the Baldwin Theater last night A LOJNJG ISLAND Flush ing Claims a Woman 1O5 Years Old NEW YOKK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle lives today on Long Island a woman who was born during the reign of Frederic the Great She Is in fairly good health too and is in possession of all her faculties The mere statement that she is more than 105 years old conveys only a dim impression of her Kreiit age but when it is remembered that LouisXVI was guillotined while she was going to school 16 seems astounding tlmt she shouldbe talking and eatiue and enjoying life yet In the little town of Flushing Her name is Mrs David Stlllwagon She was born on September 18th at Tarry and her was Abram Van Wani She married lathe present century but hor husband diedmore than two generations ago She celebrated the beginning other 106 tb year last mouth TURF REFORM WANTED Various Propositions to Be Discussed pit Pierre LortllarcTs Dinner NEW YORK Oct San Chronicle Lorillard owner of the Rancocai stable thatmade itself famous on two will on Thursday evening next jrlve a din ner at the Union Olub to some thirty lead ing turfmen The affair will be of conse quence to the turf world as Is understood the real object of the dinner will be to informally discuss matterSlook ing to a betterment of the racing rules imd improvements in the conduct of tho sport The subjects which stand out moiit prom inently at present and which may be antici pated as likely to form topics of the informal discussion are The appointment ofa pertnaueut0ommifctee of handicappers fnstead of atpresent1each tract having its own bandicapper establishment of Stewards who wiu be something more than ornaments the coupling In beitingTbooks of all horses in i any raee the property of a the licensing of trainers Twin Ney chaine Babies NEW YORK Oct San Francisco Chronicle Two babies have arriyetl in Central Park toshare the Piiblio affection with the potauuis twins one female and one and Indian a species of antelope vJjiothare very hardy and tnough old they riing about the A ANOTHER EYRAUD Unknown As sassins and a Dead Notary A CHATEAU PLUNDERED AfD BORNEO The Dastardly Deed of French Bur ExAllerniCLn Murdered at Plucky Girl Shoots Record or Crime sch ocu er Al ton C ap n th arrived herdafterrari tpjpeh bautain repbrtsther J6hnyHillof PARIS Oct San Francisco Chronicle crime which has set every Parisian talking by reason of Its resemblance to the celebrated Gouffe case was perpetrated on Thursday ut Chantelle ten miles from Ganuat Tho victim was M Lopine a notary of that town and his relations with a lady who is now under supervision of the police as having comitted the murder or sngRested it Avero not merely tho formal ones that gen erally exist between lawyer aud client In fact tho notarys attention to bis client long ago attracted the attention of the gos sips of ClKintcllo The widow is wellknown In Paris where her husband occupied a very good position She a fascinating woman Indeed and oddly enoush her general appearance re calls in some degree that of La Belle Ga brislle Ou Thursday morning the notary received a very pressing invitation to line with his fascinating client who said she wanted to consult him on certain points in her will and to discuss some questions about her property The notary accepted tho invita tion and in the afternoon after leaving his oBice went home changed his raiment and proceeded to tle widows house Flo took tho precaution however to put a revolver intohis hip pocket aa his way lay through a lonely road and several assaults bad been committed by footpads Next day Monsieur Lepine was missing A messenger was sent to the widows house but as hedrew near was horrified at finding traces of blood which led to a secluded spot where be found tho body of the un fortunate notary lying in a pool of gore The messenger Immediately gave the alarm and the remains of the notary were taken to his house where an examination revealed the fact that he was pierced in no less than eight places by bullets of a revolver while his throat was ciJt from ear to oar Tho police assert that they know as a fact that the notary was first iired at iu tho widows house and that ho fled info the garden be fired at a second time Then a regular volley was poured Into the pros trate form by the murderers who finished theirbloody work by cutting his throat THE MCLEMLiANJJTbWN GANG Series of Outrages Inflicted on Mrs Miukefc Oct TRiBtrNE Dis Francisco Chronicle McCleLlaudtown is again the center of ex citement An outrage in lino with those perpetrated by the famous robber gang oc curred there early this morning The house of Mrs George Murketwaa set on fire by unknown parties and the occupants Mrs her little daughter and a neigh bor were aroused in time to save the bulld and th era selves from destruction The incondjaries had etrocted an entrance through an opening In the second story and placed a tick directly over Markets bed in the room below and set it on fire It burned through the floor and aroused Mrs Murkot lust in time Murket was attacked by two men one night in August last and tortured and robbed her assailants threateningto burn her to death A month later they ligain visited hor They tied her to the bod saturated the clothing with kerosene and threatened to sot It on They finally left her more dead than alive She has not yet recovered from tho shock and this last outrage is feared result fatally She Identified her assailants as John Dean and Reuben Bowers and had them arrested They wore given a hear ing and in default of bail were sent to jail Recently Dean was released on bail Mrs Murket is the wife of an oil driller and no motive other than robbery is known the terrible outrages to which she has been subjected The community is in a fever of excitement and fear for their homes so great is the terror of the McOlel landtown PLUNDERED AND BURNED The Dastardly Deed of French Burglars Creates a Sensation PARIS Oct 26 San Francisco Chronicle Burglary is so rare a crime in France that the dastardly case which occurred at Chateau Do Belle in the Department of Orne ha caused a great sensation M De Lagrande owner of returned to Paris last Monday and the chateau was shut up On Tuesday night burglars climbed over the garden wall and entered the house through one of the gable windows Then they ransacked the dwelling and selected such booty as they desired They made it up into a parcel which they could conveniently carry away Then they barricaded the doors with lum ber arid heavy pieces of furniture and fas tened windows closely so as to render it very difficult for anyone to enter next drenched the carpets and cur tains with spirits of wine which they found in the cellar set fire to the house dropped down from the window and made off with plunder The gardener whbslept over the stables was awakened by the glare and seeing to his dishmy whole of first floor was in flames raised the alarm but in spite of efforts of the neighbors the whole story was consumed and the library as well old family relics pletely destroyed A valuable Danish dog wasToond poisoned by a farmer on M La graridesestate arid the man has been ar restedas is believed he was one of tHo robbers aridhad destroyed tbe dbg in order its an his ap A CHICAGO MURDER shooting occurred What the trouble wrxs with Whelan he would not ssiy There is evidently A story behind Jt KNEW HOW TO SHOOT A Burglar Dropped ly i Plucky Girl With a Gun Oct Dis San Francisco Chronidc burglars attempted to rob tho residence of lohn K Connelly about 2 oclock this morn ing The first to discover tho robbers was Mamie tho ISyearold daughter Hearing a peculiar noise in the lower part of tho house although she had retired for the night she immediately arose und making her way to her fatbcrs smokiug room took a 32calibre revolver from a drawer and proceeded to room from which the noise had come Here sho saw the burglar emer tho main part of the bouse Upon following she found a hard looking specimen of man hood who later on proved to bo James Tobin a notorious Boston cr ok and cracker He wus just rifling the drawer of Mr Connellys desk when Mamie entered the room and shouted Either surrender or I will The ruffian sprang upon the girl who proved equal to tho emergency and emptied two chambers of tho revolver into him one of the bullets strikins just above the left lung bringing him to thu ground At this point accomplice who was on watch outside entered tho house o assist his fallen pal but the plucky girl covered him with her weapon and he began to beg for mercy Sho forced him to sit down until the male occupants of the house had been aroused when ho was handed over to the police for ssifo keeping An ExAlderman Mortally Wounded BY THE KAISER The Aged Von Soltko Fairly Loaded With Honors KINGS AND PRINCES CONGRATULATE FourScore and Ten Are the Nnm ber of His ProsonW or Priceless Was Not There LOVE AND A TBAGKDY A Nebraska Swain Kills a Man and Wounds his Sweetheart OMAHA Oct Special to TnE A Bee special from Alliance says At tlio farmhouse of Enos Kerr about twelve miles north of Charles M Thorlton shot and killed Ford Robinson anJ fatally woundod Miss Mtible Kerr tho eldest daughtor of Enos Kerr Tborltort was to marry Miss Kerr but her parents opposed to his suit Yesterday Thorlton called aud tho girl meeting him fit the gate told him that sho had yielded to the opposition of ber parents and would not marry him Sbo finally jjavo way to her lovers pleadings however and was about to climb into the wagon which ho had brought for when she was seized by her father Thorlton drew his revolver when Robinson who was in tho house hearing tbo alterca tion ran out with a pistol in his hand Thorlton shot him through tho heart Miss Kerr then attempted to disarm her 16vcr and was accidentally shot In tho side Tborltou gave himself up A Tuel Over ATLANTA Oct A duel to the death was fought near Danielsville 3Midi son county in which William Sanders i prominent planter was and William Martin his neighbor fatally wounded For some timo therti lias been bad blood between the men Tho trouble culmi nated Saturday Sanders heard shooting in the direction of Martins house and look Ing saw his hogs runninc lie at once concluded that Martin was shooting at them so he took his pun and started out When asked what ho meant by shooting afc the said ho would shoot him Sanders too if he bothered and after a fewmoro words the men began firing A Pole Killed With an Axe SCRANTOtf Oct Pedlto a an aio driven into his skill in a race fight between Hungarians and Poles thismorning Ho will die Several others wore The Coffee County War ATLANTA Gnu Oct armed men burned down tbo building of L B Varnes in Coffee county last night because of his Supposed particpatlng in tho lato riots Tho Governor has called out the militia A Demented Womans Sufferings WHEKMNG W Bren nan of St Louis the demented woman who tho train at Clarksburg Octo ber Oth and ran to the hills leaving seven small children in tho car was accidentally found today biding In a fodder shock within threequarters of a milo of town She liad been without food or water for sev enteen days and exposed to drenching rains and coldweather She was taken charge of by the authoritiesand her friends notified by telegraph Blainc at Chicago CHICAGO Oct of State Elaine accompanied by Mrs and Miss Blaineand William Walter Phelps Minister to Germany arrived in this city this morn ing and is a guest of his sonEmmons at the latters residence No political speeches will be made by the Secretary during his days visit with his sons family but on Wednesday en route East he will ad dress the people at South Bend Ind The Hobbs Child Found LONDON Oct dead body of Mrs Bobbss child was found today Sn a field adjacent to the road in the neigh borhopd of South Hampstead where the mothers body was found Friday A Von Moltkc Gathering YOBK Oct was a brilj liant gathering of Germans at Ambergs Theater tonight to attend exercises Jn j honor of Von Motkc4s 00th birthday The j theater was crowded and many turned away A series of tableaux representing scenes j in the great Generals life were presented and there was an elaborate musical pro gramme Lontf Distance Safety Records NEW ORLEANS Oct G Betts to day made twentyfive and fiftymile records on a safety wheel The twentyfive miles Vere covered in 1 hour 32 minutes and 11 seconds and the fifty miles in 3 hours 12 minutes and 4fi seconds A Pedestrian Record Beaten SAN FRAXCISCO Oct the Olympic Clubgaiues yesterday 0 D BaJrd walked an exhibition in 2 minutes 54 seconds beatingthe worlds record of a i ni in utes 5 seconds i Oct celebration of ninetieth anniversary of the birthday of Von was continued today Tho Count was serenaded by teachers and received the congratulations of his relatives At he received tho oflicors and mem bers of the general staiT who came in a procession At 11 In tho presence of the Emperor the guards and cuirassorst with their colors paraded before the officers of Uio general stall where Count Von Moltko is residing The veteran stood in tho bal cony and tho colors were afterwards taken to his room Then all tho German and foreign gon crals including Chancellor Von CaprivU General Kutusbow of Russia and an deputation bearing au autograph let ter from where Emperor Francis Joseph assembled In the groat hall where they wero greeted by the Emperor Count Von Moltke led b Count WalderscOv now entered followed by the staff officers aud there was a general offering of congratulations to tho old geuile man In the afternoon The Municipal Council headed by HurRomaster Forckenbeck pre sented a municipal testimonial and as a gift in Count Von Moltkes name to the alms house established by tho lato Emneror William In thanking them tbo Count described this as tho most valuable of gifts Deputations from the Municipal Councils of Munich Bieslan Kosnigsberg Chemnitz and Monuil presented addresses conferring upon count Von Molko tho freedom of their respective cities Dresden and Madgebury presented Uhiminjvted addresses Cologne sent a splendid Held marshals baton artis tkally wreathed in gold in tho of old Cologne Mecklenburg presented a sum of money subscribed for Iho purchase of tho house in which Von MoJtkO was born Par chini and a portfolio of vjews The ihu King of Sweden tho Sultan Prince Bismarck and the Prince Of Walei tolygraphcd congratulatioua In tle morning the Count went to Pctsdam by imperial train and was greeted on his ar rival by enthusiastic crowds A banquet was given in tho hall of tho Schlosa iu honor of the vnoran Tho Emperor touched toe Counts glass and drank to his prosperity Tin Count returned at p m in a special train Count Von Moltke has sent a personal note to a private soldier thanking which ho sent and saying that an army in which privates are able to wrlto such verses must bo well ordered In presenting a field marshalsbaton the Emppror said he was proud to 1o in such company and the congratulations of himself and of the army Asa young man he was unable to add to the laurals already encircling tho aged warrior but bo bogged him to accept the baton as a memento of the occasion The Emperor then called upon the as sembled company for cheers and the three Hocks fairly made tho buUdiiig tremble The Emperor then advanced and kissed Count Von Molke three times ontho checks Empress Frederick visited the old Count on Saturday and presented her congratula tions The veteran evinced the greatest pleasure at the visit Queen Victoria telegraphed congratula tions from Balmoral The King o Belgium also sent a congratulatory telegram The Grand Duchess of Badon presented to the Count the late Emperor Williams historical note book which he used until his death Tho Count feels in no way fatigued M J STANLEYS AMERICAN VISIT A Magnificent Reception WillBe Given at NCAV York YORK Oct Dispatch Francisco Chronicle M Stanley the African explorer is expected to arrive in this country oh November 5 wittv v his wife and Mrs motherinlaw UP is to ail from England October 20 on the In New York the party will stay at the Everett House ap pearanee will be made by Mr Stanleyin this country until be attends a reception to lie hfld at tho Metropolitan Opfira House in this city on the evening of November 17 when he will deliver his lecture on The Reserve of the Forests Pigmies aud the March Across for tho benefit tin home for convalescents at Summit N J The reception to Mr Stanley in connection this lecture is expectedto be a notev worthy occasion The reception committee will consist of 300 men known in science literature politics In ilic whole fully nectcd be as fine as arranged tliis country to do any distinguished A Thousand Dadoes IjandedV xiw OHTKANS Oct steamihlp from 10S8 Italians I rboard morning at of iheNortbosislnrn ill Inspectors i found their was sent to the order The vessel had been in making the voyage and some very weather was encountered Two OQ curred William HllWhelaQ was shctjand mprtally woanded jn a early Sandayjujorn ingiiy iied thisrafterribon The Queer Definitions asked a littlegirl blow she would define loyo Unbiestatingly sbs answered Its going I little the meaning of the word guilt means on I asked Harry to He replied not without sorao fervor Ob wbo a watch5 i siippose be read dJsappoiut nient in niy face for hehastily added Tbls same boy had very bazy Idea of Old Testamenc history He Had beard of Adam and stole TJne Money The TrilMM says The lost over of their reserves wek though the Treasury took in more th anit paid out Known v shipments by banks to the 46S 000 Treasury and banks together nov hold agaainst August Snd a loss of Sii7 aid yet supplies at other cbief coiners are not large The money has together with the supplies heldat centers to payfor of riiovjQ froru plan tations slnceSeptember worth at least and to tor about worth alone moved from besides unusual of other products practicalVquertioii i in the money markets ofthe applesa bestk n n and the world oneot the njostsuccessf ul iwbaters in While she M and andsoon at tliwaysishpfc out pf thegarden living sweatpouredi A girlvof itand ieieyeuCtoId tie to country because a lot of of isome f urtlier the if th at ii a pbn1 tihev from products s will begin The returns though New in the far ragged little street   

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